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While I haven't trialed it, I tried what may be a similar variety several years ago. I don't remember the name offhand, as the flavor was not at all memorable.


It did have the "brick orange" coloring that TTC "may" have. I say "may" because it might be that tomatoes of this type might have an exterior color that is highly affected by the interior color of the walls and gel of the tomato. And if the interiors are variable, so might the exteriors. I do remember that this other tomato had various descriptions for its color by other growers.


One way to tell if TCC is not a stable variety, is for growers to swap seeds of their TCC with other growers of TCC, and attempt to find out for themselves.
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